Apni Party organises workers meeting at Suresh-Khaag

Village lacks access to basic amenities; AP committed for equitable development: Farooq Andrabi

SRINAGAR, December 10: Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party on Thursday organised a workers convention at Suresh-Khaag in district Budgam which was attended by scores of party workers.

The meeting was presided by Apni Party Media Advisor Farooq Andrabi besides whom Party leader Fayaz Bukhari was also present on the occasion.

On this occasion, prominent workers Javid Ahmad Dar, Nazir Ahmad Khan, Mushtaq Ahmad Ganei, Abdul Rahim malla, Mudasir Ahmad & Abdul Majeed Shaikh joined Apni Party.

Speaking on the occasion, Party Media Advisor said that Apni Party has commenced a positive change in the political fabric of J&K which is based on the principles of politics of truth and sincerity.

“We do not believe in hollow slogans but we have always focused on deliverance on ground. Our prime motto is to serve the interests of the people and raise their concerns before the competent authorities so that their sufferings are mitigated at an earliest,” he said.

He was also apprised by the locals about numerous problems faced by them especially with regards to unavailability of our drinking water and dilapidated road connectivity.

“This area faces immense developmental negligence for which the administration must take appropriate steps in order to alleviate their sufferings. Having access to pure drinking water supply, uninterrupted electricity and better road connectivity is a right of every citizen and I will take this issue to the concerned authorities,” he said.

Thanking the party leadership, the new entrants and party workers expressed gratitude for providing them with a relatable political platform and vowed to strengthen the party cadres at base levels.